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The Best Climbing Walls and Adventure Parks in Luxembourg

by Hannah Sroka

Looking for a bit of outdoor adventuring? Luxembourg has numerous adventure parks for you to try your hand at rock climbing, wall climbing, and outdoor ropes courses! Here are a few of our favorite places!

Bouldering in Luxembourg

Boulder Klub Lëtzebuerg and the National Climbing Community have cooperated to create an amazing indoor climbing experience! It’s made of climbing sequences that, because they don’t have ropes, are low-height with artificial walls and soft landing mats. Climbers must be at least 12 years old, and each session is €5. The climbing center is located in the basement of an elementary school in Luxembourg City. There are no reservations required, but all climbers must wear a mask, social distance whenever possible, and sanitize before and after climbing! The center is open Monday through Friday from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM, and on SUnday from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM.

Climbing Wall d’Coque

Another climbing wall in Luxembourg City! This one is free for all climbers; however, all climbers underage 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Additionally, all climbers need to sign a waiver before climbing. You can register for a climbing class or just free climb. You will need to rent equipment, like shoes, a sling, rope, belay systems, and a chalk bag for €3 per idem. You can also rent out the climbing wall for private events! The climbing wall is 13.5 meters tall and has more than 150 routes. It’s open on Monday and Wednesday from 11:45 AM until 10:00 PM, on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 PM until 10:00 PM, on Friday from 11:45 AM until 2:00 PM and from 4:00 PM until 10:00 PM, and on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM until 6:30 PM.

Climbing at Youth Hostel Echternach

If you ever find yourself in Echternach, the youth hostel has plenty of fun activities, including a climbing wall and boulder area! The floor is specifically designed to cushion falls, and anyone can access the wall upon request. Additionally, twice a week, a climbing session for all ages is held! There are also beginner courses for both adults and children. Climbing initiation, which requires registration in advance, are held on Tuesday and Friday from 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM, and Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 2:30 PM until 4:30 PM. Free climbing is held Tuesday and Friday from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM and Sunday from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM. The Wednesday and Thursday sessions are only held until September 14.

RedRock Climbing Center

This is the largest and newest climbing wall in Luxembourg! It’s got a 15.5-meter tall climbing wall and a 4.2-meter-tall bouldering room. There’s also a separate coaching area for new climbers! You can either rent or purchase climbing equipment, and the cafeteria is open to all climbers. Shoes, ropes, and a grigi and a carabiner are €3 each, and a harness is €2. Admission is €13.50 for adults, €9 for children ages 6-12, and €11 for children ages 13-17 and students. The center is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 4:00 PM until 10:30 PM, Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 PM until 10:30 PM, and Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM. You don’t have to make a reservation in order to climb, but it’s recommended so you can ensure you get a spot!

Rock Climbing Berdorf

The Wanterbach rocks in Berdorf are available for climbing for members of a climbing association! The climbing association must also be a member of an international climbing association, specifically UIAA or IFSC. A certificate of your membership and an ID card must be presented to nature conservation officials. This is to ensure that you’re climbing safely, as Berdorf isn’t a supervised climbing wall like the others on this list. In accordance with COVID-19 regulations, teams are restricted to two people, and the distance between the teams has to be at least 2 meters. You also can’t climb the same route as anyone else, and you have to make sure to respect the surrounding nature at all times!

Steinfort Adventure

This is the perfect place for mixing outdoor fun with eco-tourism! You’ll get to climb through the trees and pick a specific route based on your experience. There are even routes for the littlest climbers! In addition to climbing, you can explore the surrounding woodlands by going for walks and having picnics. The center is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Admission is €19 for ages 16 and up, €17 for ages 10-15, €14 for ages 7-9, and €5 for ages 4-6. You’ll also get a 30% discount with a Luxembourg Card! Reservations are necessary in order to ensure safety on the courses, and you can make one by calling +352 27 39 53 00 or the contact form. In total, there are 10 courses and 91 workshops all of different levels!

Parc Le’h Adventures

This is another opportunity for you to climb with the trees! You’ll get to choose from seven routes made up of nets, rope bridges, ziplines, and rope swings. There are also lower courses for children and anyone with a fear of heights, as the maximum height for the toughest routes is 17 meters. And Parc Le’h has a restaurant as well! The park is open almost every day from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM; click here for specific dates. When the summer months end, starting September 15, you’ll have to make a reservation. In addition, on some weekends, the park is only open from 2:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Prices are determined by age and hours spent on the park: €10 for ages 1-4 for one hour and €14 for two, €11 for ages 5-8 for one hour and €15 for two, €16 for ages 9-12 for one hour and €20 for two, €17 for ages 13-17 and €21 for two, and €19 for ages 18+ and €23 for two. Your Luxembourg Card will get you a 30% discount here as well!

These are just a few of the best adventure parks in Luxembourg. We think they’re great ways to build up some climbing skills, spend some time outside, and have a lot of fun in the process! Let us know your favourite place to climb the walls in the comments and we’ll add them to the list!

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